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Signs Photograph - Hope Street by Priya Ghose

Hope Street is a photograph by Priya Ghose which was uploaded on July 10th, 2012.

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Excellent find Priya. Love the muted tones and perspective. sharing

Thank you Gothicolors Crows!

Great capture, it does make you wonder what it was like in its hay day.

Gun, I really appreciate your comment! I do wonder what Hope Street was like in better times...

Thank you so much Anne! Yes, it is sad indeed. The area where I took this photo is full of sad remnants of better times...I think this sign pretty much sums it up.

Great shot but a sad message. I just thought I would like to live on a street with that name, before I saw the other message. Well found anyway!

This is an amazing shot. What a sad message really...Hope closed down! f/v

Wild, huh.

Thank you Seth!

awesome!

Thanks so much for the comment, Don...yes, a sad state of affairs for many people right now.

What a heck of a deal this is. Would this classify as an 'oxymoron'? I think so. Whatever, you're telling a powerful story here with this photo. I know for a fact there are many, many people that feel any sense of hope they may have had are shut down as completely as the hope in this work. f/v

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